Bosker was born almost a week after we lost Mojo, and we've been anxiously waiting for him for the past two months. He is from Ridgewood Shiloh Shepherds. Bosker was the Blue boy in the Haley/Sage litter and we enjoyed watching him grow from newborn to the little bear cub that we picked up. He gave me something to look forward to while dealing with losing my heartdog. I'm so glad that he is finally here!
Our first time seeing Bosker in real life and not just through the many photos his breeder sent us.
Nomnomnom.... "This brace is Nommy!"
"Bye Gma Christi... Aroooooooo" *sniffle*
"I wonders wheres we's going?"
"hmmm, this place smells interesting"
"Feels good to run around after a long night of driving and a good sleep!"
"The kids don't seem too bad."
"I met this new doggy, he seems friendly..."
"His name is Kedge, and he's my new buddy!"
"Today we had to go to a new place, where everybody loved me! Kedge and the Fiesty One got nasty shots, but I just got lots of lovins"
"This is my new momma, the Fiesty One, Kedge and me at the Drs"
"It is exhausting being so adorable(and talkative!). At least Momma has a nice chair I can sleep under."
Isn't that nose just kissable??? :)
Bosker is learning from his big brother, Kedge.
Gorgeous eyes and wonky ears make the perfect picture of an adorable Shepherd puppy!
Where you find Kedge, Bosker isn't far behind...
He's definitely glued at the hip to his new big brother! :)
Last, but not least, the first group shot.
L-R; Bosker, Kida, Zeo & Kedge
Things are going to be a little different with raising Bosker then the others due to the fact that I took a nasty fall the night before we were supposed to pick him up. So right now I'm on crutches/wheelchair and it looks like I may be like this for a few months at least. So it is going to be an entire family ordeal with bringing up Bosker. Its hard for me to relinquish even some control, but Jay and the kids are doing great and I am thankful for their help! :)